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If you have any questions or suggestions for new songs, please feel free to contact us.There are numerous systems of phono-tactile transducers that exist in the prior art. Such systems are commonly referred to as "cartridges". The main function of the transducer is to convert sound waves into vibrations. To be fully effective, the transducer must be sufficiently rigid to maintain a desired structural form, yet it must be of a certain size and configuration to ensure that it is capable of vibrating during playback.
For a transducer to be used in a fully automatic cartridge, two additional criteria must be met. First, the cartridge must be capable of being driven by the standard 9-volt battery supply common to most phonographs. Second, the cartridge must be amenable to automated assembly.
A typical cartridge of the prior art is comprised of a casing, usually of a durable, high density plastic, having a rather rigid transducer encapsulated therein. The transducer has a prescribed orifice to which the phono stylus of the playback machine can be applied. The stylus, in turn, is in a spring-loaded mechanical relationship to the cartridge. When the stylus approaches the orifice, the stylus exerts pressure on the casing. This pressure results in the transducer vibrating and the sound waves entering the stylus. The sound waves are reproduced in the traditional manner of a turntable.
Because of the size and configuration requirements for the transducer, it has been necessary to design the casings to hold the transducer in place. These casings are typically manufactured as large, rigid pieces of plastic. Assembly has generally been automated to a large extent.
The problem arises in the mounting of the stylus to the transducer. Each stylus and cartridge must be individually mounted to a turntable. Typically, the stylus is held in a mechanically locked relationship with the turntable. Such mechanically secured stylus-turntable connections often require the use of keys, dowels, or other mechanical devices to provide a positive retention of the stylus within the turntable. The final assembly of the cartridge to the turntable is then accomplished manually by a person.
The mechanization of the mounting of the stylus to the turntable may be facilitated by automated alignment techniques. In a typical system, a turntable is provided with a hole in its center. This hole is 0b46394aab